A little girl approaches a creepy old house. She clutches her books as she rings the doorbell. A voice calls “come in!” and the little girl’s hands tremble as she turns the doorknob and goes inside. Inside, it’s a little dark and there’s a musty smell. The little...read more
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Your kids' early musical experiences will make a big difference in how much (and how quickly) they'll be able to learn in piano lessons. They'll also impact your kids' attitudes toward music for life. They'll help your kids stay motivated and positive in piano...read more
Learn more about the second tip of How NOT to Waste Your Money on Piano Lessons. Did you know there's no such thing as a "perfect performance"? Find out more below: ...read more
Hi, everyone! If you're like most people considering piano lessons for your kids... You want the benefits of music study for your child – they're worth the price tag, if your kid ACTUALLY gets those benefits. It's not too much money to spend on...read more
Harsh, right? But it's no secret--the cost of piano lessons can seriously add up. (Less here than at some other places, but still...) You want the benefits of music study for your kid - the increased focus, resilience, and improved academic performance. And you want...read more
A story about the boundless creativity of children and how inspiring it is to witness the unique thoughts they can bring to the music.read more
You can’t talk about music without talking about joy. It’s why we do all this. I’m not just talking about that heart-pounding, adrenaline-pumping, stomach-leaping joy of really nailing your piece in the big performance…although, I’ll admit, that feels pretty amazing....read more
I’m going to tell a story that I should proooobably keep to myself. I should pretend to be perfect, I think. (Spoiler alert: I’m not.) But here I go, anyway. Over the last two and a half years, I’ve let my voice get incredibly out of shape. While I was pregnant, I had...read more
Scene: A 6 year old’s piano lesson.
My student was very resistant to trying something new. She insisted “I just don’t want to do it!” over and over.
I’ve been teaching long enough to know the difference between a badly behaved kid and a kid who’s behaving the way they are because they’re nervous, or afraid they’ll mess up.read more
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